Dr. John Bibb is passionate about helping patients and their families understand their diagnosis and the treatments involved.  As a result, Dr. Bibb builds personal relationships to make the best decisions together. He supports and guides patients through one of the most difficult times of...

AZCCC welcomes radiation oncologist Dr. Justin Famoso!   Dr. Famoso specializes in radiation oncology, therefore treating a wide variety of diseases with innovative radiation technologies.  Furthermore, he promotes continuity of care emphasizing a multi-discipline approach to his practice. Dr. Famoso has extensive training with modern radiation treatment...

Arizona Center for Cancer Care and Virginia G. Piper Cancer Care Network is providing the best cancer care for Mom. The Best Cancer Care for Mom.  As a result, a Beautiful Story and a Healthy Baby. Conni & baby Amorra are thrilled to be RINGING THE BELL...

Dr. Patel cares for patients.  AZCCC is proud of Medical Oncologist Dr. Abhishek Patel and all of our rock star docs & their staffs! We love hearing from warm patients like this one! ….. “It’s a pleasure to feel cared about when going through such...

Congratulations to Dr. Robert Kuske for being awarded the 2018 Ulrich Henschke Award! The Ulrich Henschke Award is the highest award given by the American Brachytherapy Society....

Chemotherapy as part of your cancer treatment, and you may feel fearful about the treatment’s known effects. Chemo brings hair loss, nausea and “chemo brain.” But one little-known effect of chemo is hearing loss. This side effect is particularly common after some chemo drugs used...

Sisters and brothers of children with cancer carry a unique stress. In fact, they feel stress from many directions. They realize their family routine is changing and feel anxiety, guilt, anger and sadness throughout this time. They fear for their sibling, wonder if they did...

Hearing your child has cancer is difficult. The first weeks after hearing about their life-threatening illness blur together as you adjust to your new responsibilities. Cancer is a lot to manage. Many parents feel overwhelmed. Below is some general information for coping with your child’s...

Many professionals make up your child’s cancer treatment team. These caring people help their patients and their patients’ families. Even after your child’s treatment ends, these professionals remain accessible. Team members have specific roles and perform different services. Some provide healthcare treatment while others provide supportive...

Your child’s schooling and socialization need to remain a priority during cancer treatment. After all, school provides a safe place for your child to learn, socialize and grow. It is a place where kids forget about their cancer and treatments. School feels “normal” to young...